Adding the power of SharePoint to the intuitive design of Orizon makes Dovarri the number one choice for any size business.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 18, 2008
Dovarri, Inc. (OTC: DVAR) announced today it has signed a Partnership agreement with EPC Group to lead Dovarri's Product Development Team (http://www.epcgroup.net). Errin O'Connor, EPC Group's Founder and CEO, is the nation's foremost SharePoint expert (Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Inside Out, Errin O'Connor, Microsoft Press 2008).
O'Connor, as Chief of Product Development, will assist Paul Mayer, Dovarri's Lead Architect, to direct new installations of Dovarri 7.0 Orizon. Built on SharePoint's foundation, Orizon is Dovarri's CRM and SFA-focused Software as a Service (SaaS) business application.
EPC Group consults with companies searching for improved document management and staff collaboration. EPC Group has a national reputation for innovative solutions using its highly developed proprietary methods. It designs, implements and manages SharePoint solutions for organizations of all sizes. EPC Group has implemented some of the world's largest SharePoint deployments. Several long-term clients include Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Dell (NASDAQ: DELL), Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ), ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM), Boeing (NYSE: BA), Ford (NYSE: F), Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), Merck (NYSE: MRK) and UBS (NYSE: UBS).
"We were initially brought on as consultants to polish the final details on Dovarri 7.0 Orizon. After seeing Orizon in action, we wanted to be much more involved. We are so excited about it because it's built on the most powerful platform available, and Dovarri is the first company to take full advantage of all of its capabilities," said O'Connor. "We are frequently asked by our clients to recommend a good CRM, and until now, we haven't had an answer. Now we do - it's Dovarri Orizon."
"With the addition of Errin and his team, Dovarri now has the most expert developers working on our projects. When you have the guys who wrote the book working with you, you can't get any better than that! It establishes just how exceptional Orizon is in the SaaS industry," added Geary Broadnax, Dovarri President and CEO. "Adding the power of SharePoint to the intuitive design of Orizon makes Dovarri the number one choice for any size business."
Dovarri, a leading provider of Customer Relations Management (CRM) and Sales Force Automation (SFA), provides services to a wide variety of business sectors. CRM software develops stronger customer relationships by identifying and managing customers' needs; SFA regulates the sales cycle by automating sales tasks, managing customer interactions, and analyzing sales forecasts and performance. Dovarri 7.0 Orizon presents an intuitively designed, web-based CRM and SFA software utilizing a streamlined customer interface. Because 80% of the program can be learned within an hour, rapid implementation and user adoption is certain.
Microsoft Windows SharePoint is a unique .Net platform that controls business information and manages documents over the Internet. Building Dovarri's CRM/SFA on its foundation means simplified information sharing, increased efficiency in team collaborations, and improved personal productivity. HP, a long-term Strategic Partner, recognizes Dovarri's superior products and service, and recommends Dovarri to their small and medium-sized CRM customers (http://www.hp.com/sbso/wireless/sales_force_automation.html).
Dovarri was awarded SFA Small and Medium Business Product of the Year in 2005 by SEARCHCRM.com. More information about Dovarri is available at http://www.dovarri.com.
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